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Vengeance and Vigilance 5.0 Scaeva 100%

a.) For maximum AOE damage an additional Vengeful Slam has to be added between Force Scream and Sundering Assault (Quickbar 1, Pos.


Vengence Scaeva Patch 5.9 96%

Dotspread The rotation is built around the ability Bloodbath, in AOE fights you need to add one additional Vengeful Slam between Force Scream and Sundering Assault in Quickbar #1, pos #11 and #12.(->


Rage Fury Scaeva Patch 5.10 94%

Every second Force Scream will be on cooldown, a substitute has to be used instead.


Shien 5.0 Scaeva 94%

Vengeful Slam in Quickbar 2 has to be shifted to the right and inserted after Force Scream.


Veng 5.0 94%

Replace that Scream with Hew whenever the Destroyer Proc is active.


Warrior Scaeva Patch 6.0 92%

Every second Force Scream will be on cooldown, a substitute has to be used instead.


Bloodloss Press Pack A 90%

 Bar,  Xscape,  Milton  Keynes   28th  June  -­‐  The  Facebar,  Reading   5th  July  -­‐  The  Unicorn,  London   17th  July  -­‐  The  Phoenix,  Staines   31st  July  -­‐  Quake  Nightclub,  Woking         13th  August  -­‐  The  Unicorn,  Camden   3rd  September  -­‐  The  Hobgoblin,  Staines   15th  September  -­‐  The  Purple  Turtle,  Camden   8th  October  -­‐  The  Phoenix,  Staines     2010     15  June  -­‐  The  Nags  Head,  High  Wycombe   21st  June  -­‐  Bridgehouse  2,  London   27th  June  -­‐  The  Gaff,  London   6th  August  -­‐  The  Fighting  Cocks,  Kingston   7th  August  -­‐  The  Star  Inn,  Guildford   20th  August  -­‐  The  Rising  Sun,  Reading   21st  August  -­‐  The  Carlisle,  Hastings   29th  August  -­‐  Bridgehouse  2,  London   17th  September  -­‐  100  Club,  London   14th  October  -­‐  Scream  Lounge,  Crydon   26th  October  -­‐  Boileroom,  Guildford   29th  October  -­‐  The  Star,  Guildford   30th  October  -­‐  The  Hobgoblin,  Staines   9th  November  -­‐  The  Attic,  Kent  Uni,  Canterbury   18th  November  -­‐  The  Fiddlers  Elbow,  London   1st  December  -­‐  New  Cross  Inn,  London   17th  December  -­‐  New  Cross  Inn,  London   30th  December  -­‐  Scream,  Croydon     2011     22nd  January  -­‐  Woodys  Bar,  Kent  Uni,  Canterbury   28th  January  -­‐  The  Star  Inn,  Guildford   5th  March  -­‐  The  Hobgoblin,  Staines   11th  March  -­‐  The  Bridge  House  2,  Canning  Town,  London   12th  March  -­‐  Kick  Out  The  Jams  Festival,  London   13th  March  -­‐  The  Face  Bar,  Reading   24th  March  -­‐  Scream,  Croydon   2nd  April  -­‐  The  Hydrant,  Brighton   21st  April  -­‐  Scream  Fest,  Croydon   23rd  April  -­‐  The  Fighting  Cocks,  Kingston   28th  April  -­‐  The  Black  Sheep,  Croydon   29th  April  -­‐  Ag  Fest,  Camberley   30th  April  -­‐  The  Hobgoblin,  Staines   1st  May  -­‐  Nags  Head,  High  Wycombe   11th  May  -­‐  O2  Academy,  Islington   12th  May  -­‐  The  Rose,  Hounslow   20th  May  -­‐  The  100  Club,  London   21st  May  -­‐  The  Peel,  Kingston   24th  May  -­‐  Backline,  Guildford   29th  May  -­‐  The  Bridge  House  2,  Canning  Town,  London   9th  June  -­‐  Scream  Lounge,  Croydon   30th  July  -­‐  Scream  Lounge,  Croydon   9th  September  -­‐  The  Hobgoblin,  Staines   31st  October  -­‐  Finns,  Waymouth   23rd  November  -­‐  Boston  Music  Rooms,  Tufnell  Park,  London   2nd  December  -­‐  The  Attic,  Kent  Uni,  Canterbury   23rd  December  -­‐  The  Peel,  Kingston     2012     16th  February  -­‐  The  Hobgoblin,  Staines   17th  February  -­‐  The  Snooty  Fox,  Wakefield       25th  February  -­‐  West  End  Center,  Aldershot   1st  March  -­‐  The  Bell,  Bicester   2nd  March  -­‐  The  Wheatsheaf,  Banbury   3rd  March  -­‐  The  White  Swan,  Aylesbury   7th  March  -­‐  The  Sanctuary,  Basingstoke   8th  March  -­‐  The  Hydrant,  Brighton     9th  March  -­‐  Scream  Lounge,  Croydon   4th  April  -­‐  The  Star,  Guildford   7th  April  -­‐  The  Peel,  Kingston   20th  April  -­‐  The  Corn  Exchange,  Hertford   26th  April  -­‐  The  Bell,  Bicester   27th  April  -­‐  The  Wheatsheaf,  Banbury   17th  May  -­‐  The  Star,  Guildford   3rd  June  -­‐  The  Hobgoblin,  Staines   20th  June  -­‐  Surya,  London     12th  July  -­‐  Carpe  Diem,  Leeds   28th  July  -­‐  Brutal  Punishment  Fest  2,  Oxford   2nd  August  -­‐  The  Bell,  Bicester   4th  August  -­‐  The  White  Swan,  Aylesbury   24th  August  -­‐  The  Peel,  Kingston     26th  August  -­‐  Infestation  Festival,  Hertfordshire   27th  August  -­‐  Black  Sheep  Bar,  Croydon  


mikael shadows rise of a hero demigod pdf 90%

As Mikael is walking down a tall mountain in central Greece after dark, he suddenly hears a loud scream for help.


potassiumR1 88%

Within seconds the rooms begin to produce more noises, as some prisoners begin to scream.


The Belt Boy Extract 85%

The boy is desperate to howl out, to let the world hear his agony - but he is too scared to scream and yell and holler.


VantagePoint 85%

A Change in Vantage Points  Harmony Lowe    Picture this: lots of rowdy people dressing up as other people and painting their faces  with odd colors. They go to bars to eat and scream at TV’s with other fans when something  supposedly important happens, or when they gather in giant stadiums to scream at the players  live with thousands of others. Bosses let these people off work early so that they can go to the  bars and shout, they understand the excitement of grown men tossing a ball back and forth  intricately and sometimes using their feet. This is completely normal here in America, when you  think about football.  Now picture people watching a TV show or movie, reading books, and wanting to know  more about this other universe, the fictional world. They go to meetups and conventions (which  are like football games for geeks but with less screaming and more excited talking about intricate  details). They will dress up as characters they love, choosing based on interest and love for the  person (exactly like wearing the jersey of your favorite football star).   But for this love of complex fictional worlds these people are name­called: dorks, geeks,  nerds, crazy­obsessed fans. They are laughed at when they dress up as fictional people, mocked  when they go to meetups and cons, bullied for their love of wonderful worlds where they escape  to, and god forbid they ask their boss for time off of work without a humorous laugh and a shake  of the head, as if it were a joke. In America it is more natural to be over­invested in a glorified  version of catch than it is to be over­invested in a fictional universe with story arcs and plot or  character development.   Fans of sports are accepted, it is manly, macho, real. Fans of TV shows and those sorts of  things are not accepted, it is wimpy, dorky, fake. In football a ball only goes back and forth on a  field, moved by various muscled men. In fiction, in fantasy, people go on adventures, overcome  evil, save people, deal with the problems of morally grey conflicts, sometimes they fall in love,  learning and changing, maybe becoming the villain. So why is it that the society we live in  worships the macho men playing catch while it scorns those who fall in love with the  complexities created by others?



With a soft crunch of trachea, her scream abruptly cuts off, drowns in a gurgle.


Vengeance-6-Scaeva 82%

Scaeva, Darth Malgus, Rotation Vengeance Juggernaut, Patch 5.10.4/6.0 Vengeance Juggernaut Rotations Overview Players usually want to use the core attacks (Shatter, [Sundering Assault], Impale, Force Scream and Vengeful Slam) of this class on cooldown without skipping Ravage and Destroyer procs.


Remnants 82%




His scream started to fade out, almost like someone was turning the dial on a stereo system.


12 OBV AugSep12 81%

She could hear Oz scream in agony and tears leaked from her eyes.


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The Misadventures of Six (Sampler) 77%

He thought back to an ancient movie he saw once… Alien was the name… “In space,” the trailer guy would say, “no one can hear you scream.” Now he found it oddly funny that, because of the lack of air, he couldn’t even scream.


Dead Flowers 75%

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